Lamb Shoulder

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Lamb Shoulder

Post  Mack on Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:25 am

Been rummaging through the freezer again and came across a lamb shoulder, it was pretty small (must have been a baby), and when I asked the wife as to it's origin, was told that the butcher said it would be good for stewing meat. Shocked
Anyways, I rarely take advice, I'm a kind of learn by experience dude, so I decided to give it a bit of tender loving and cook it indirectly on the weber kettle with a bit of pecan dust thrown in for fun.
Roxy, look away now, as I know of your aversion to Rosemary... there's a lot of it in these pics.

Rubbed with Olive oil and stuffed with some rosemary and red pepper.


Tied and rubbed with herbs, plus a bit more Rosemary Twisted Evil


Placed on the grill.


2 hours later... Done.


I must say that this turned out really well, and I will definitely be buying some more "stewing" meat to do.
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Re: Lamb Shoulder

Post  bowhnter on Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:20 pm

Looks great Ian. I have only tried lamb once. Looks like a great way to ignore advice.
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